Berkeley Internet Name Domain(BIND)

Abbreviated as BIND, Berkeley Internet Name Domain  is the most common implementation of the DNS protocol on the Internet. It’s freely available under…

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What is DNS (Domain Name System)

Short for Domain Name System (or Service  or Server), an Internet service that translates domain names  into IP addresses. Because domain…

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What is SSH(Secure Shell)

SSH Secure Shell provides users with a secure, encrypted mechanism to log into systems and transfer files; it can be viewed…

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SNMP is the Simple Network Management Protocol

The SNMP protocol is used by network management systems to communicate with network elements.For this to work, the network element must…

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What is Network File System (NFS)

Network File System (NFS) is a network file system protocol originally developed by Sun Microsystems in 1984, allowing a user on…

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Basic RPM Tutorials

Basic RPM Tutorials Introduction: RPM is the RPM Package Manager. It is an open packaging system available for anyone to use. It allows…

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Sonar Vs Squale

Based on feedback of Fabricefrom Squale, Please find a difference between Sonar and Squale In a nutshell, we could say…

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Introduction of MSbuild

By Rambabu Muppuri 2810 days ago Comments (3) can u pl help me anyone introduction of msbuild? Hi Guys, can u pl help…

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ANTHILLPRO COMPARISON WITH ATLASSIAN BAMBOO

ANTHILLPRO COMPARISON WITH ATLASSIAN BAMBOO AnthillPro Vs Bamboo OR Difference between AnthillPro and Bamboo OR Last month i was discussing with…

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Introdcution of Perl

What is Perl Perl is a programming language, It’s Object Oriented, simple to learn and very powerful. Perl stand for:…

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Agile Software Development Methodology

What is Agile Software Development Methodology? Agile development practices increase the velocity at which software teams deliver customer value by…

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Jetty – Java-based HTTP server

Jetty is a 100% pure Java-based HTTP server and servlet container (application server). Jetty is a free and open source project under the…

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Types of Build in Remote Agent

Types of Build in Remote Agent Build Management tools has one one capability where they can share the infrasture to…

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Compare between RSM and Sonar

Metrics Tools Category Metric Comment RSM Sonar Function Metrics LOC Lines of Code Per Function, All Functions Yes Yes eLOC…

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General SCM Interview Questions and Answers

The previous chapters outlined the state of CM technology from the standpoint of a spectrum of concepts underlying automated CM,…

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Definition of Configuration Management

Software CM is a discipline for controlling the evolution of software systems. Classic discussions about CM are given in texts…

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Roles of CM Users and Views of CM

Roles of CM Users and Views of CM Different views of CM emanate from the different roles and concerns of…

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Steps for a complete clean build

Following are the steps for a complete clean build: 1. Build project (compilation)—In the build phase, the build system compiles…

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Configuration Management

By Bob Aiello 2876 days ago Comments (2) configuration management jobs careers Hey everyone – we are having a discussion about getting started…

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Features in TFSC are fairly standard among SCC tools

Some of the features in TFSC are fairly standard among SCC tools: Workspace creation Workspace synchronization File checkout Overlapping checkout…

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Merging Functionality in TFSC

The merging functionality in TFSC is centered on the following typical development scenarios: Scenario 1: The catch-up merge— The user wants…

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Branching in TFSC

Branching in TFSC Branching is the SCM operation of creating an independent line of development for one or more files. In…

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Offline Checkout/Check-In in TFSC

A contributor syncs his workspace and takes his laptop home for the evening. At home, he continues working and chooses…

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Hardware for The Build Lab

The build lab should include some high-end hardware for building the applications. Because the entire team depends on the results…

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XML Is the Here, the Now, and the Future

XML Is the Here, the Now, and the Future XML is short for Extensible Markup Language, which is a specification…

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Some new terms of TFSC

Repository— The data store containing all files and folders in the TFSC database. Mapping— An association of a repository path…

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Important Configuration Definitions

Source code— Files written in high-level languages such as C# that need to be compiled (for example, foo.cs). Source(s)— All…

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More Important Build Definitions

I need to define some common build terms that are used throughout this article. It is also important for groups…

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Types of Builds: Developers and Project

I like to say that there are really only two types of builds: ones that work and ones that don’t….

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The Importance of a Successful Daily Build

Former Microsoft Visual Studio Product Manager Jim McCarthy used to say, “Successful daily builds are the heartbeat of a software…

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